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of the weather that occurs nowadays is simply different than it used to be 30 or more years ago because of climate change. >> reporter: not all scientists agree. climate change skeptics argue too much is being read into short-term data, and that extreme weather events usually even out over time and don't turn into major trends. but a large majority of climate scientists say climate change is real and, scott, if they're right, that means the extreme weather is only going to get worse. >> pelley: chip, thank you. as chip said, the heat is not helping with the wildfires in the west. 45 are burning tonight. tanker planes were cleared to fly again today. they had been grounded for a day after an air force tanker crashed, killing four. the number of these fire- fighting planes is dwindling, and we asked rick sallinger of cbs station kcnc to show us why. >> you don't get much better than that. >> reporter: the specially designed c-130s can cover a quarter-mile with 3,000 gallons of water or fire retardant. colonel paul hargrove is with the california air national guard. >> these are probably t
get past what might keep us distant because of what unites us. >>> congratulations and 50 years you've been a priest in 17 years as a bishop must've been exciting time for your opinion you are happy to help us through the vatican ordained in 1962 so how was that how was the church you knew and a day. >>> i think the church was growing even before the the council always growing and changing with each generation but i think the vatican council really touched back into older traditions not so much all whole new way of being a catholic a touching and traditions that had perhaps the most understated a friend since having the worship to the language of the people that's an old tradition not just a new idea it was new to the mid 20th century but it was a renewal rather than bringing in something brand new and think that was true for a lot of things in understanding how to teach the fate and how to live the faith in different circumstances it was a ring rather than a brand new product. >>> will get to the future, was that for people inured generation did you see that coming >>> i don't t
,000 in this year we're playing in seven venues in the bay area in our traditional five been used in san francisco berkeley marin and proud to to be added this year to venues in oakland we will be today at the piedmont theater and one free outdoor screen at the oakland our premier. with us took another clips called under african skies. >>> this is a film made by great documentary filmmaker who did metallica and also brother's keeper of some very seminal films a film about paul simon going back to south africa 25 years later after graceland came mountain looks for the performers and it worked with the musicians and have a reunion concert but also explores the controversy at the time which is that he broke the cultural boycott of south africa by performing their and by going there and they revisit that and it's an inspiring foam. >>> it meant a lot to me into a lot of us because it was great for a south africans to get together and not just black south african black and white south africans which is something that was never done. every budding knew how important this moment is amazing because they
and i used him now uses seen him like that. so far friends and family have raised more than $50,000. >>> they serve their country but now hundreds of veterans they're actually being told they're dead even though they're very much alive. csi reporter julie what shows us how veterans and their families are paying the price. the interest scrapbook they're applied to a quarter-century of memories for military career. this is my proudest moment. but now she can't understand why the veterans affairs center has been a slaughter sink their dead in a bet that they're being cut off. the way it's facing losing a monthly check and running out for normal prescriptions she drove to to va office is trying to prove she was alive. they sent her to the national office which said to have to send documents proving she wasn't dead and even then should act to take today's to reinstate benefits. would be in a world of hurt. and it turns out kid is not the only batter in the va has killed off. army veteran jerry miller of florida says that this happened to him four times in the past two years ended th
crime in chicago is down, and so is crime nationally. the police here tell us that july is the worst month for murders, saturday the worst day, 9:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. the worst hour. today the mayor announced a new attack on gangs and we'll have our interview with the mayor in just a moment. but we'll start with this last weekend. 17 new shootings, and dean reynolds was at the hospital to meet them. >> reporter: at the cook county trauma unit in chicago's strojer hospital, one ambulance after another delivers victims of the gang violence that just won't stop. >> we'll be doing a whole bunch to you right now. >> reporter: this unit treats about 1,500 gunshots and stabbings a year. >> stop that! >> reporter: in the first six months of this year, chicago had 22% more murders than new york, a city with five and a half million more people. >> we have to assume the worst case. >> reporter: in the midst of the mayhem is dr. fred starr, who was in charge of the unit this weekend. >> i've seen more people probably this year who have been caught in the cross fire or caught a stray bullet and
evidence in the the alleged sexual assault. they cite a lack of evidence. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> cake joins us now with a look at your world >>> who disappear among the weather states getting federal relief while other parts of the u.s. are looking for relief from mother nature. california, oregon and washington and hawaii and alaska will each get $15,000. the state says that they will not get money for the job. this morning other parts of the country says they will not get 3qlief. ,,,,,,,,,, there she is ! hey, i got a leak ! yoo hoo ! wait a minute, come back ! um, miss ? up here! right. like 85% of us, you have hard water stains and that cleaner's not gonna cut it. truth is, you need something powerful. you need lime-a-way. it's 4 times more effective at removing limescale than the leading bathroom cleaner. because lime-a-way is specially formulated to conquer hard water stains. for lime, calcium and rust... lime-a-way is a must. preliminary information is it was a shooting that took place in the crowd at the event >> police are holding at least one person. some people were hit by gunfire a
still without power in the eastern u.s. >>> and an american apology to pakistan helps ease the burden on u.s. troops in the region. >>> i'm jeff glor. a jetblue pilot found not guilty by reason of insanity. we go behind the scenes at the boston pops gets ready for their july 4 spectacular. >>> but first, as we do every morning, we begin with a look at our eye opener, your world in 90 seconds. >>> it is a huge mess. we haven't seen any work being done yet. >> utility screws scramble. >> almost 1 million people still have no power. >> reporter: as record-seating heat bakes the nation. >> heat advisories for over a dozen stays over the fourth of july holiday, feeling like 100 degrees across much of the nation. >> just sweating, staying inside. >> it's a hardship. >> breaking news overnight. a fast-moving wildfire is burning in rural ranchland north of los angeles. >> in colorado, air force tanker planes are back in the air to help fight a slew of dangerous wildfires. >> you don't get much better than that. >> nearly a dozen people injured in an accident in new hampshire. fireworks set a
treatment in local doctor uses sabre. >>> deepen the red a california republican party is broke. extreme measures it's been forced to stay in sacramento. >>> we just want to show that we can do better. this bay area man is the world's oldest living of the end. one moment he will never forget aside from winning the gold. data and can have the night off. it didn't seem like a big deal when it happens but it almost cost a pencil woman her life. now she's thinking doctor for saving her from a flesh eating bacteria. reporter julie it could do it shows us what happens when the picture side nearly lost her arm. nests nearly lost to life. what started as a scrape after a simple fall on the asphalt to turn into something of a horror movie. >>> j. then that is are getting really sick my arms started hurting really bad. its flesh eating bacteria was inspecting her arm. >>> called necrotizing fasciitis. >>> had blisters covering my entire arm. lucky to be alive laurie thanks for miracle worker dr. john crew lead womb surgeon at steed medical center in daly city. >>> he saved my arm and my life.
] it would be easy for u.s. olympian meb keflezighi to deposit checks at the nearest citibank branch. ♪ like this one. ♪ or this one. ♪ or, maybe this one. ♪ but when it's this easy to use citibank mobile check deposit at home...why would he? ♪ woooo! [ male announcer ] citibank mobile check deposit. easier banking. every step of the way. john breaux didn't think closer to homes and new talent for firefighters tonight. >>> california band's broad runoff france wants revenge of one top official once all of france to avoid. clearly is an erotic novel it does a nerve women former secret clubs and even change their shopping habits all because of a book. the him to invest it. breaking news out of the sierra foothills where a forest fire is still growing tonight. hot temperatures contribute to the fire spread it is now up to 800 a. in only 10 percent contained. more evacuations are underway in and authorities say this fire jumped the american river it could put the town of colfax in jeopardy and the fires burning in placer county which is east of auburn cbs five reporter maria medina show
've seen eight number othe u.s statement saying >>> the filing of the fourth pitcher complains is part of our complaint the business is operating legally under state law but it is illegally under federal law. the owners here here at the harbor side are battling to fight this. we want you to answer what you think of the fed's cracking down on the pot shot and we will share your answers. >>> the former head coach joe paterno defends his school. the suspect it is not a football scandal and it should not be treated as one. it also does not tarnish the eight academic the much anticipated report is expected to come out in just an hour. it could answer one of the darkest questions are round pick his assistant coach, sandusky. the investigator spent the past months digging through diversity males. >>> the charges that have been brought are extraordinarily serious. >>> the report could be up to 200 pages long. it focused on school officials and the school culture that allowed it to continue for so long. this letter is a big thing. we know that their report is about to come out, the players are
five reporter maria medina shows us just how fast that fire is moving. in less than 24 hours the robbers fired nearly quadrupled in size even as firefighters added troops on the ground today shifting from their aerial attack. >>> is out of control this is the area where firefighters are trying to keep them from job in this wrote a one firefighter told cbs 13 that the winds a high temperatures as well as low humidity were just too much. >>> we were able to keep it temperatures. in iran right outside the hillside the well firebird 40 more acres as a headed southeast and jump the road closer to force tell. so the immediate dangers for firefighters on the ground mostly because of falling debris. >>> with a fire activity is in confidence it's it's hard for us to make it by. it's unpredictable. to say how quickly the fire blew out of control flames and forced firefighters out of their own staging area today did call the drop would mind. firefighters are ready to battle the blaze was the triple digits drops people in colfax to live through the congress of fire say they're confide
of july titian and illegal one check out the new crime-fighting bay area police at using to crack down on illegal fireworks with him when he says his seen prisoners there were in better shape than phil luggage filing for as a bears coasted to clean up its troubled school. plus why a lifeguard the fifth fear was fired for savory classics of the the day of hectic skies were lit up tonight that this was the pop the big finale of the fourth of philip morris are resemblances go ahead and commit new simultaneous blasts at the park in the bay does stop your opinion this is blares from the city but not everyone is celebrating believe. to head myerson writhed in agony from is that every year. so can police crackdown? elizabeth of the shows us how some compartment so i fighting with new technology. grandstanding is a view of the entire city of oakland's earlier today thereabout of your so people here to watch the fireworks show it's died down a little bit and all these fireworks may look professional their 100% illegal. they're being shot out on city streets and in people's backyards now police
are being encouraged to drive less and also being encouraged to use less energy. we are in livermore where many people found the best way to stay cool was to take a dip in the pool. >> with unexpected high of 96, going for a swim or learning how to swim is an easy way to beat the heat in livermore. that is why she brought her kids to the robert livermore community center >> a good way to get exercise and stay cool. >> water is the best way to stay cool. this is a great place to bring the kids. they love the water. >> a game of volleyball is fun and the sound but as the coach tells us, precautions come first. >> we used to have this camp at 12:00 and we had to move it all the way to 9:30 a.m. because it is so hot these days. temperatures are getting up there so we're taking a lot of water breaks. remembering to apply som sunscreen. >> it is necessary for those that want to spend a little time outdoors. >> and the california emergency management agency issued a release this morning in addition to urging californians to use sunscreen and drink plenty of water, they say that you should wear li
claim the shared identity and cherish and celebrate our unique a daddy's and using those the skiffs to enrich the human community in critical areas like poverty and the environment and the mediation of conflict hoping to raise children with the new awareness of their neighbors so instead of recapitulating ancient animosity which city the people growing up with this sense that you're my neighbor came have a different faith and they believe different things we are neighbors and we could work together and are on ways to make committees better. >>> will talk more about the nine religions initiative right here coming up in a moment >>> in 1993 the then bishop a episcopalian bishop of california, was asked to put together something for the united nations celebration to interface sort of thing is still going on today. charles gibbs is with this asking about the goals of the united indigence initiative and a couple of examples of the projects may be. >>> one of the things we believe is critical is that we raise and a new generation of young leaders so we have a young leaders program that
but citizens in do not want to miss they want cal fire to extend its contract lisa washington shows us how activist led to reverse the decision >>> their petitions at half moon bay to recall the three board members of the fire protection district >>> they're trying to rebuild the fire department from the ground up it is a huge task in cost more money than cal fire >>> three board members voted to establish a local a controller fire department are making the wrong decision >>> we had our own fire departments and they were an embarrassment there were lawsuits and acrimony >>> we're going forward because we learn from our mistakes >>> he was not on the board went out fire began fire protection on the coast cal fire operates the fire station although the station and equipment are owned by the coast side district the board voted not to renew the contract with cal fire >>> this is what is best for coast side >>> and if there are mixed reactions >>> service has been terrific in the community has embraced cal fire with these directors are due in implementing their own vision of what they think fir
investigator, aurora police chief daniel oates, is joining us this morning for his first interview since all of this happened. chief, thank you very much for taking the time to be with us. can you first clear up this story that originated overnight that investigators were looking for some so-called person of interest. what was that all about? >> sure. i'm not quite sure what the term "person of interest" means. we're interested in anyone who knew or had contact with the suspect, and this was a person who had contact with the suspect. suspect, eye casual acquaintance. we found him yesterday. we interviewed him. the relationship was real inconsequential. and we're happy that we spoke to him, but that's all that was. and as a responsible part of this investigation, we would be doing that with any of his acquaintances. so it's really an inconsequential matter. >> schieffer: as far as you know at this time, this involves only one person? >> all the evidence we have, every single indicator, is that this was-- this is all mr. holmes' activity and that he wasn't particularly aided by anyone else. >>
of construction. it used to be an old music studio so there were some false ceilings inside. >>> it is a second alarm fire. we got on scene. it was 30% involved. it was in the rear of the structure. we heard that there could possibly be people inside, so we made an immediate surge. we found out the building was clear. after a short time we realized there was not a whole lot of access into the attic and that's where the fire spread so we backed out. >>> the have a simultaneous fire on the other side of town, one burning in vallejo and one in the east bay, tell us about the staffing issues when it comes to this fire >>> actually today we had an additional engine company and apart or truck, everyone responded to this fire. almost a melee after reese responded to this, we had to spensend our fire truck to the other when paire >>> thanks for that. amador street will probably be closed for another hour. it looks like this fire started outside the building, toward the back. >>> thinks and. if family of mountain lion has moved in near the greek theatre on campus. the where apparently hunting deer, and
hours. thanks for joining us this morning. >> we have a lot of items to talk about, the big story, high- speed rail. i understand you spoke with a labor leader about the impact >> that's right, we will hear from jerry hill, a fervent supporter of rail project. >> he will be talking about changing the law in california that could change the amount of parents that a child can have. first, another warning for beachgoers this morning after a shark attack in santa cruz county. >> a great white shark took a bite out of a fremont man kayak and left us knowing how dangerous waters can be. he was fishing a popular spot called pleasure point off of capitola. with the shark measured between 14-18 ft. long according to experts. it cost the voters out of the kayak while it was fishing and then he bit leaving a tooth behind. luckily the fisherman was not injured. other local fisherman say it is a reminder that in these waters, we are on the sharks turf >> we know they're out there and it is awesome to see they are in there looking for food and they just it mistook a kayaker for something he eat >> th
. ayss evening there are street battles in the capital and the u.s. defense secretary says syria is spinning out of control. it was a bomb planted inside the ssad'smeeting of president bashar al-assad's security chiefs. three are known dead including defense minister dawoud rajha. assef shawkat, the president's brother-in-law and the feared former head of the military mitelligence. and hassan turkmani, a former defense minister. others were wounded, most importantly the head of the dictatorship's secret police. syria does not often allow journalists into the country but we have reports tonight from two correspondents who have worked there extensively. first, elizabeth palmer reporting in london. >> reporter: good evening scot, after a year and a half of slowly escalating conflict, ngday's bombing is the first .ime the syrian regime has suffered a truly crushing blow. a funeral for an opposition activists turned to celebration when more is learned the defense minister is dead. across the country in this cvage civil war activists celebrated today's bombing because it struck at a ha
as a milestone in the fight against aids. to reduce the risk is to be infection reporter elizabeth cook tells us the advocates telesis decision to open new doors for prevention. it's always on tariffs minds. from atomic amount this is that theme your family worries about my family is very supportive but it's among friday entebbe were really scared. said that was sort of in my head. his behavior is often risky. >>> i have many partners said on top one consistent monogamous primary partner and i am out about that. but as an aide said the nurse he is adamant about using protection over a year- and-a-half ago he added another tool to keep them hiv negative a daily pill called true by four pratt. >>> some the we can use to combat the infection and decrease rates. eteocles today the fda gave the drug is official stamp of approval. today was a big moment for us james leica at dec. disco aids foundation things the fda's approval of the first drug to prevent hiv and aids will lead to more testing and access to hiv prevention. >>> it is not lend and a chevy by itself and we can and hiv without its and
they will conduct a cardiovascular study and the drug's label will warned women of childbearing age to use birth control and not get pregnant. in fact the fda says that women of reproductive potential should have a negative present the test before starting the drug. in addition to the pregnancy test they should use effective birth control well on the drug. the drug will be dispensed through specially certified pharmacies only. >> this drug is definitely not for people who are looking to drop a few sizes? >> no, this is meant for people who are obese or overweight with medical problems. >> thankyou. >> a santa rosa woman facing a murder charges after prosecutors say that she tried to run down an ex-boyfriend. it was not the acts who died, it was another driver that was killed when her car slammed into his car. joe vasquez tells us that the defense has prosecutors have no case. >> sonoma county shirts officials now say that it was an argument with an ex-boyfriend that sent the 20 year-old woman from santa rosa on a high-speed chase, a road rage that led to an innocent man being killed. the exporte
assistant because of what unites us. >>> a thin 50 years a priest 17 years of bishop and must've been exciting time for you. potassium of the better questions and one for me is the church to happy to help us through the vatican to bump ordained in 1960 to the how was the church in new in the day the church received for the future. >>> i think the church was growing even before the vatican council always been growing and changing with each generation. and i think the vatican council really touched back into older traditions not so much a whole new way of being catholic but touching into traditions that have perhaps been lost or understated princeton's having the were shipped the language of the people it's an old tradition not just a new idea but there was new to the mid-20s century but it was or renewal rather than bringing in something brand new i think i was true for a lot of things the sacraments and understand how to teach the faith and let the faith of it was a renewing or rather than a brand new product. >>> and will get to the future and today the house that for people of you
. captioning funded by cbs >>> republican presidential candidate mitt romney heads back to the u.s. today. he made one final speech in poland's capital this morning. >> critics are still focusing on controversial comments that romney said while in israel. jan crawford is covering the romney campaign in warsaw. >> reporter: romney spoke here earlier today and his remarks were full of praise and admiration for the polish people and their struggle for liberty. and then he went to see memorials dedicated to honoring that struggle. >> in a turbulent world, poland stands as an example and a defender of freedom. >> reporter: in warsaw, romney continued to suggest that if elected president, he would be a stronger defender of america's allies. >> i believe it's critical to stand by those who have stood by america. it is for us in this generation and beyond to show all the world what free people and free economies can achieve for the good of all. >> reporter: he had a receptive audience for that message in poland when tensions escalated after president obama told medvedev he would have more flexibility
. they told us alex is in a better place, but they said pray for the family and friends he left behind. eachried to reach dr. fenton today but were unsuccessful to get any comment from her. the university said it can't comment because of the ongoing gag order. scott. no pelley: anne we know dr. fenton's a psychiatrist, but ses she have a specialty? it reporter: the university won't say, scott, whether she has a specialty, but we do know she's been given grants in the past to study schizophrenia. >> pelley: 11 of the wounded are still in the hospital tonight. five of them are in critical condition. now to the economy. we learned today that it is slowing down. the government reported a weak growth rate in the second quarter of just 1.5%. that is down from 2% in the first quarter. tterss one reason it matters-- in the first quarter, the economy was creating, on verage, 226,000 jobs a month, but by spring, that had plunged to 75,000 jobs a month, and that hsn't nearly enough to bring down the unemployment rate. what's gone wrong? rebecca jarvis says, have a look at spending by consumers. >
>>> major win for san jose it is getting a u.s. patent office when amaze for silicon valley's high-tech companies. for the first time since colorado's large wall fires broke out people are a lot back to their homes or least what is left of them. >>> there was no helium along the peninsula >>> deflating times for the balloon industry a shortage of helium and businesses are trying to get around it. good evening i'm ann notorangelo a major coup for san jose the city is rewarded one of the three u.s. patent trade offices mark sayre ms. in san jose and silicon valley is a logical place for patent office >>> getting a patent office chair it is a three and half your project in the making and backer said it will bring those tech products to market faster than they already are, this is a video of the existing pattern office in virginia no satellite offices at all of that must go to this office and appearances aren't required in front of examiners one-quarter of all patents filed in united states originated in silicon valley and the congresswoman's as having local examiners live and work in
like >>> i used to work for half bay fire when cal fire got here i left because of the working conditions and could not support my family. >>> supporters of the recalled the 2700 signatures that on the november ballot if not a special election must be held. lisa washington cbs 5. >>> one home burned to the ground and near the two hundred more threatened by fire in in gold country and the fire scorched more than 1,900 a. in placer county and nine confirmed injuries it is 20 percent contained more than one under seven holmes of fact waited. >>> you have to do what you have to do my life not worth staying here >>> 1900 firefighters battled the flames to the north, crews make steady progress on the fire is burning in the man is seen on national forest it is the to 5% contained that is about 25,000 a. the mill fire has destroyed five out buildings but no homes damaged at three people hurt. crews of to have it under control by friday. keep kids safe the point of the fingerprinting of and today in more quenelle it took place at burnett elementary which serves as a staging area for the
$2 billion to keep you safe and once used a fort. cbs reporter and utility get away. the waste for naomi and her family every penny counts. the waste we can barely afford it. did way to increase to be quite unnecessary. when she learns to make him for pg&e to up it's that orders to a skeptical as to our money was going. and then some kind of modernization she was attempting. the utility nine months to raise rates by ever $2 billion over three years in an effort to improve the structure hire more people and replace a faulty gas line. the beginning of a customer who uses gas and electric service to see their bills go up at $12 a month or $144 a year. mindy is that the independent consumer advocacy group turned. did with the facts a quite a bit of money. we're not talking about this luxurie'' here were talking about necessities. the accolades he deligh air-conditioning. we reach out to pg&e and the refuse to talk to us directly. and reference to this statement on their website by pg&e president chris jones. our goal is stewart improve safety reliability customer service. to levels
is with the republican presidential candidate. jan, fill us in. >> reporter: well, scott, that blunder happened yesterday in an interview with nbc news when romney talked about problems in the run-up to london's olympics. olympics. >> there were a few things that were disconcerting, the stories about the private security firm not having enough people, the supposed strike of the immigration and customs officials. that, only, is not something which is encouraging. >> reporter: romney's remarks became a full-blown controversy this morning when prime minister david cameron, asked about disruptions in london's subway service, defended the game's organizers. >> we are holding an olympic games in one of the busiest, most active, bustling cities anywhere in the world, and of course it's easier if you hold an olympic games in the middle of nowhere. but, you know, i visited burma recently, and they have six main highways and no cars on them. this is a busy, bustling city, so inevitably you're going to have challenges. >> reporter: cameron was making the point it would be easier to run an olympics in a less- conges
[ male announcer ] it would be easy for u.s. olympian meb keflezighi to deposit checks at the nearest citibank branch. ♪ like this one. ♪ or this one. ♪ or, maybe this one. ♪ but when it's this easy to use citibank mobile check deposit at home...why would he? ♪ woooo! [ male announcer ] citibank mobile check deposit. easier banking. every step of the way. a comedy show gone wrong now has the bay area co friends to suit what she claims a famous comedian did to her in front of everyone. >>> the call out shooting suspect makes a strange request behind bars a haunting question he asked one of the jail workers. i'm putting myself in danger even by having this interview. a descendant of l. ron hubbard costs reveals what he says the of real story is about scientology. good evening and nasty and has been laughed. we're developing news and san francisco right now a suspected drunk driver has crashed as s u b into that cable car in happened about a half-hour ago let's call in serious straits that is in the heart of union square which was crowd of tourists were told tha
as city officials voted to ask the u.s. attorney to investigate. the family of one of the men shot by police has filed a $50 million lawsuit. the police union says both men were gang members with criminal records. >>> to politics now. mitt romney begins a week-long visit to britain, israel and poland today. foreign policy replaced the economy as the key topic on the campaign trail. before he left, he delivered his toughest critique yet of the obama's policy. he wants a special prosecutor to investigation white house leaks. susan mcginnis has more. good morning to you. >> good morning, terrell. ahead of this multination trip, romney changed the conversation to foreign policy and went on the attack trying to use national security issues to beef-up his presidential qualifications. mitt romney unleashed some of his harshest attacks of the president yet. speaking to the veterans of foreign wars, he criticized the president on several fronts. including alleged leaks of classified information from the white house. >> this isn't a partisan issue. it's a national security crisis. >> the whi
they what insights into b keefe and to speak to my fellows it's really a perfect match. which brings us to this promotional video of the linden avenue mansion he paid a film crew $12,000 to shoot it goes to show that smarts confidence and showmanship to live long way in the valley. new tonight california's largest college is in danger of closing its doors. according to the chronicle eight months to prove that it should stay in business. the accreditation board says that the college says serious fiscal problems and has to fix if it loses its accreditation the college will no longer receive public funding city college has 90,000 students. >>> and the eve of this for the july a very assemble a fight for freedom facing the possibility of losing its home that is unless it starts and now. kristen errors on the red fights for the main attraction of the rosy the river museum. do least in independence day celebration above the only u.s. warship from that is being restored here. it's our major fund-raiser of the year and this year is more poignant than ever goes well as fighting to keep the old
>>> was a gun to mosaic on behalf of the rev. and myself with thanks for joining us for mosaic. the welcome back some good friends located here in the bay area charles gibbs with united religions initiative it's good to have you welcome now let's start right out united religions initiative >>> we are global and interfaith organization our purpose is to promote in during daily interfaith cooperation to end religious the motivated violence and create cultures of peace justice and healing for the earth and all living beings. small bowls. but carried out to many local groups called cooperation circles with over 550 of them in 80 countries over half a million members who each day tried to make some contribution to making that purpose a reality to interfaith cooperation. we are in 80 countries and 550 local groups and over half a million members. >>> the begun here in santa to scope greta that's correct out of an invitation from the un in 1993 to the then episcopal bishop pierre william swing ask him to post a one hour interfaith service from the u.n. charter setting at the grace c
for joining us. >> we have all lot of news to cover, a big week in sacramento where they pass the budget but coming up, high-speed rail. a big vote this week on the future of high-speed rail. >> he spent time in sacramento last week >> it was warm up there. i don't know where it was hotter, inside or outside the capital because it was not pretty to as they hammered that together and you were with ross mirkarimi at the hearing >> we will talk about the latest of the testimony. several new laws coming into effect as it is the beginning of july >> friends of a missing dodgers fan who may have fallen into the bay are reaching out to the public for help >> they're conducting another search along the embarcadero. victor and a friend left at&t park after the giants dodgers game monday night. they were walking near pier 30 and pier 32 when he vanished. the coast guard and fire department search turned up nothing. the official search was called off on tuesday. >> for friends and family has been really rough but we are trying to stay strong and pulled together in the out years to support his famil
as a zombie this morning. >> there are saddling us with debt, the debt is absolutely killing us and we are back from the dead to say " no more debt ". it is a matter of life and death, it is the night of the living dead. >> here's a look at the numbers, the cost of law school at uc- davis would go up 10% in uc- berkeley business school fees would go up 23% and nursing school fees at ucsf, davis, and los angeles would go up 35%. we have seen a lot of protest outside of uc board of regents meetings. normally people protest a little bit more when they're talking about jacking up undergraduate prices but it seems that with a lot of these students they're just thinking that enough is enough. so we will hear from them at 8:30 a.m. and we will follow that for you live in san francisco. >> three new csu campus presidents will be paid substantially more than their predecessors. the board of regents has okayed the agreement for incoming presidents at san fransisco state, csu northridge in an csu san bernadino. the money is coming from private foundations. >> no funds from the foundation will be
there are just little minimal delays. you are you able to use so lowered duck. we're trying to cut confirm whether those lane closures are still in effect. who will stick a look. so far traffic is nice and light. who will go to our maps, we do have problems that are out by texan. both directions are shut down. more affirmation on that coming up in a bid. >>> oakland headquarters and a police car were gentle eyes last night. a group of octave is gathered down to known. there were marching just after 8:00. police are expected to reveal more after this morning. end some fireworks were legal, allot one notch. >>> obviously we respond to the gunshots more quickly than we do for a fireworks call. but we were also getting a lot of fireworks calls in one area and found many illegal fireworks >>> and the biggest fire work show in san diego went bust. these technical issue caused all the fireworks to launch all at once. it lasted 15 seconds. local police are investigating a possible hit and run. officers tells us it happened about 930 last night. police are still sorting out the details. the legisla
. >>> i don't care how they want to for a man or which shall be in the want to use, don't give those folks a radius. tried that were supposed to have a shared sacrifice, that is not a shared sacrifice. >>> gov. jerry brown could lower the cossigned a bill on publishs having to tell teachers and students the difference between additions of textbooks so they could decide whether the could use the old dirt addition are not prepared >>> they hold the e.r. i hostaged to the other work that need to be done >>> the board will revisit the matter in a couple of weeks. new details of an and murder in the angle side district. they have released a sketch of the memo pulled the trigger. investigators believe after the shooting, the gunman got into a car that was followed by a dark colored as tv. the santa clara county d.a.'s office filed charges against tony, 18 year-old gomes and another man. the believe the she may have been been related. illiana lopez never wanted to file charges on her husband. but she's been living in her native venezuela for the past few months with her son. and the rest fire has
home and school. police are looking into whether or not to use his students us to order materials. police also found a better mouse inside his home. authorities were able to clear explosives inside his home including homemade grenades. but right now investigators believe he was a loner >>> all the evidence that we have, every single indicator shows us the he was not particularly aided by anyone >>> he also attempted to join a gun club in colorado and was denied membership. the owner of the range called his home and he thought these voice messaging system was weird. >>> i had a chance to visit with each family and most of the conversation was filled with memories. it was an opportunity for families to describe how wonderful there're brother was, or their it system or or mother was >>> jon read the names of each of the victims. the pastor who witnessed the massacre such as " we can't lay fear or anger to control of as " >>> i was asking the person who was on top of the one i was trying to help of the could move, but big cuts and big couldn't and i was just big-name the person to ple
us next. happy birthday to a veteran barber in marin county, he is 90 years old today. his secret to long life, next >> good morning everyone, we have the forecast as eyewitness news continues. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >> he has been keeping people in marin county looking good since the end of world war two but with more than a quarter million customer service, a local legend is sitting in milestone. it looked at the life of the barber of san anselmo. >> i cut here, i am a barber >> every weekday since 1946, mel bridges has come to this barbershop >> i came to work for a guy who was run in an ad and i went to work. then i bought him out one year later >> he still owns the barber shop in this weekend he turns 90 and has no plans to slow down. he has one drink per day and says the secret to longevity is sleeping and eating well and giving hair cuts >> a good day is probably 15-20 >> around 262,350 hair cuts over the years. >> i'm starting to get the hang of it now >> as he got older he needed help so he brought his kids in >> i'm 59 >> in addition to the barber shop they also raise horses a
. england is used to dreary weather but never like this. charlie d'agata is in london. shark sightings on both coasts have boaters and swimmers looking over their shoulders as karen brown tells us. and actor earnest borgnine has died at the age of 95. >> what do you feel like doing tonight's? >> i don't know, ang, what you feel like doing? >> jeff: bill whitaker looks back on his oscar-winning career. this is the captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> good evening, everyone, i'm jeff glor. one day makes all the difference. the 90 and 100 degree temperatures that gripped most of the country yesterday have retreated now to a narrow band along the mid-atlantic coast. but at least 35 people have died from the heat and in some places the worst is not over yet. here's whit johnson. >> reporter: in washington d.c. today patience is wearing thin. >> a lot of people are sick of it. and want it over. >> reporter: blistering temperatures hitsing the 100s for the fourth day in a row. >> i feel like it's kind of pounding. >> reporter: since july 1st this historic heat wave h
:05 a.m. special premier. law enforcement sources tell us holmes dyed his hair like batman's foe, the joker. >> i was in the second row. porteporter: shortly after the vivie began, corbin date saw someone get up and leave through an emergency exit. >> i noticed a guy who was sitting to the far right went out to the emergency exit, which is unusual. >> reporter: parked outside the door was holmes' car. inside, an arsenal. he put on a helmet, bullet-proof vest, leg protection and armed himself. >> an a.r.-15 assault rifle, a remington 870 shotgun, 12 gauge shotgun, and a .40 caliber glock handgun. >> reporter: aurora police chief dan oates. >> i imagine i will be asked how many rounds were fired. my answer is: we have no capability right now of calculating that number. there were many, many rounds fired. or reporter: at roughly 12:30, the suspect reentered theater nine through the emergency exit door to the right of the movie screen. he lobbed one or two canisters that exploded in the audience and emitted smoke or gas. >> the door swings wide open, the emergency exit door, somebody
as she lunged for him on a stairway. >> it was just got watching over us, she was right there on the stairs, and she picked him up, >> the university of colorado confirms that he was dropping out of a graduate program in neuroscience, police are confident that he acted alone but the motive for the massacre is still not clear. police also found explosives in his car and his nearby apartment. >> his apartment is booby trapped with various incendiary and chemical devices and apparent tripwires. >> this is the act, apparently, of a very deranged mind. our hearts are broken as we think about the families and friends of the victims of this senseless tragedy. >> now, we are told that at least 16 of the victims injured are critically injured, some of them have been in surgery all morning long. of course 12 confirmed dead and two of them died at hospital. 10 of them died in sight of this movie theater and as of one hour ago we're told that the bodies were still inside of the movie theater and police are still here, a lot of police activity in the parking lot, the crime scene tape
march of anaheim boulevard in front of city hall, making arrests. >> thank you for joining us. michelle is on vacation >> this morning we begin with two fires in vallejo >> they erupted about 20 minutes apart this morning. firefighters were spread thin to fight the fires. it >> firefighters are still on the scene right now on amador street in vallejo. you can see this old victorian building with significant damage to the roof. firefighters continued to spray water on the inside of the building to make sure the fire is out. the building was divided into several small rooms because it used to be music studio and it has been under renovation, being turned back into a home but luckily, no one is living there right now. we shot this video just a few minutes after it broke out. very difficult for firefighters to fight, they spent about an hour inside until the ceiling started to collapse. the fire was hiding amongst the false ceilings >> we heard there were people possibly living inside and there was nobody actually inside. there was very little access because of the construction >> about 15
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to warmer still us this weekend continues in the meantime let's talk traffic with gianna >>> just a word of an accident was down 580 parade they are not blocking any lanes. one is stuck in the center divider. chp just arrived on the scene. if you are working your way near to 80, as these are not debating. elsewhere, here's a live look at 880. members of some empresses goh's north beach will meet with the mayor to discuss they will dig a tunnel, a dig a hole for a subway stop from here >>> as of right now, there is no space in plan for the north beach area. the chinatown malign to crows have tested positive for the west nile virus. it was recently found in pleasanton. governor brown will be in the bay area today to decide the high-speed rail funding. today's signing will be at the trans bay tube transit center in san francisco. another project that will benefit from the bill. and a mixed report on the job jerry brown it is doing prayed it's us his approval rating at 41%. nearly half of those are very \ survey gave it beat gov. a thumbs down. >>> the plan is far off in the future praye. th
that it might get us quicker service but it hasn't happened yet. so we're just trapped. >> we came over here to garfield... >> reporter: tom graham is the regional president for the power company. does it seem like too much to expect in the 21st century that when a storm comes through it doesn't create chaos in the nation's capital? >> well, trees come down and destroy the infrastructure, is exactly what's going to happen. you have to look at this as a catastrophic event. >> reporter: the bailes say the catastrophe has brought out the best in neighbors for pulling together to help each other. >> we have met more neighborhoods this past week than we have met in the eight years we've been here. >> reporter: it'll be friday before lights come back on for most of the customers. the company says they normally have about 200 workers in the field, right now it says they have excess in of 2,000 many contract workers from other states and utilities working around-the-clock shifts. scott? >> pelley: thanks, sharyl. now we have some rare insight this evening into how the supreme court reached its decis
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